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... a round of "bullets" at me, I won't feel them. On the contrary, I feel them all the more because of how passionate I am. The more I type, the more clarity I get surrounding this. I guess, I will no longer see them as battle wounds. Wounds would suggest an effect that takes me out of the war. Wounds are what get many soldiers killed, or even discharged. I have battle scars. Scars aren't symbolic of defeat. Scars tell the story of victory.
Until next time,
I met a Korean man hiking a few weeks ago and immediately took a liking to how funny he was...for instance we were eating when I noticed a group of men in uniform drinking beer and reacted with "are those our bus drivers" His response was a quirky smile and "what you don't like roller coaster" I now understood he was able to communicate humor which is difficult across languages, and I wanted to hangout with him. He invited me to go with him to Jebudo island ...
... serve as my identification card and would keep me from getting fined by immigration at the airport.
When I reached the immigration lines at Incheon, I went up to the desk and handed over my documents. The official looked at the Certificate of Alien Registration and took her time with it. After a short while, she told me that I had to go over to the immigration office nearby. I took ...
... I got a police escort home.
Later that night, Paul and I had our hundredth or so meal. It was a bony soup dish which I rated as “the nicest thing I’ve eaten in Korea”. The meat was incredible, and just slipped off the bone. After I’d finished it, and Paul was telling a story, it suddenly hit me - “Is this dog?” Of course it was. I had been duped in the most predictable of ways. I was almost physically sick and woke ...